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Our Last Enemy NZ Album Release Tour


Sat 8 Jan 2011, 6:00pm–2:00am

Where: Kings Arms, 59 France St, Newton, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

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Listed by: NZMetalArmy

Riot! Entertainment, Headless Management & Rare Breed Records present: Our Last Enemy NZ album release tour, Fallen Empires - 2010.

After extensive touring for the last 3 years, the band is ready to release the long awaited debut album ‘Fallen Empires’ (Riot! Entertainment/Warner Music). The tour has ventured all over Australia now heading to New Zealand before hitting Japan.

After a big year in ‘09 including support slots for Static X, Dope and Hanzel Und Gretyl, signing with Australia's biggest metal label Riot! Entertainment/Warner Music and moving to LA to record the album with Christian Olde Wolbers (Fear Factory) 2010 has been to be even bigger.

Our Last Enemy now features new members Bizz from legendary cult Florida industrial metal band Genitortures on guitar and new keyboardist Craig. With a new lineup that raises the band's profile to a truly international level, the stage is set for a huge tour.

Recently playing an opening slot for Fozzy (USA) in Australia the boys are ready to unleash their power throughout New Zealand.

Our Last Enemy will be performing at Medusa Bar in Wellington on January 7th and Kings Arms in Auckland on January 8th. Start the year off with some amazing music and an intense stage show…

On tour with…

-- Darklight Corporation

“The songs are powerfully heavy, and the gritty industrial keys and electro-metal rhythms are as catchy as Ebola” -Paul Martin, Rip It Up

Hard, heavy and industrial, Darklight Corporation still retains a pop-influenced simplicity. The guitar-based rock is injected with electronica to create a sound that’s melodic but never light. Accessible, but for those who like music with a wrecking-ball riff.

Together for just over a two years they have released their debut album with well known marketing/distribution company Isaac Promotions and Universal Music NZ and the album is selling solidly. With major support from rock/metal radio shows and print media the band has received consistently excellent reviews of their album and much praise for their songwriting and production.

They have just signed with US metal label Twisted Hillbilly Records which has seen the band's debut album being released in the US April 2010. The label are also taking the band on a month long tour across the US next July as part of the annual Twisted Hillbilly Roadshow. The band has already been featured on the Annie Christ metal show and playlisted on college radio.

With a crushing debut album and live show to match, Darklight Corporation is slowly seeping into the mainstream.

This is a band that refuses to be ignored.

With opening support from…

-- Cripple Mr Onion

Cripple Mr Onion are located in Auckland, New Zealand and produce music best characterised as "primally heavy, atmospheric, and progressive". Their sound has been described as "spellbindingly beautiful one moment and violently cataclysmic the next".

The diverse progeny CMO spits forth to their ever-growing and devoted live following are charged with primal, tribal beats, haunting harmonies and expansive atmospheric textures - each song becomes an individual, living entity with its own unique qualities, evolving organically to often epic proportions.

CMO have destroyed stages with bands such as Motorhead, The Genitorturers, Shihad, Blindspott, 8ft Sativa, The D4, and Stylus - a live Cripple Mr Onion set in full force is a thing that must be experienced to be believed.

Originally from Christchurch, in New Zealand's South Island, the band relocated to Auckland in 2006 armed with their full-length album Antigravity to unleash their sound on new ears, and are currently writing for the next album.

-- Burn the Scripture

Emerging from a background of jazz, metal & thrash, the BTS boys have fast become one of New Zealand's intriguing musical bands.

Previously played with such NZ metal legends as Darklight Corporation, Fractured, World War Four, Chuganaut, Sinate & Just One Fix. Accepted into the world's largest festival - The Emergenza Festival, a band competition hailing from Rome with shows travelling the globe for the last 18 years. Winning their heat in July and taking title for NZ Best Drummer at the NZ Finals 2009.

2010 has seen Burn the Scripture filming their first video for “Send a Bullet” and showcasing it on the big screen of a theatre in the history breaking NZ first “Metal at the Movies” and a 9 gig tour for NZ Music Month alone.

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